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  1. Which is NOT a component of the definition of oral health literacy?
  1. Which is a potential consequence of limited oral health literacy?
  1. Which is NOT an example of a benefit of improved oral health literacy?
  1. The more healthy literate people are, the less they seek care.
  1. Who can implement oral health literacy programs?
  1. Which are components of the IOM’s Oral Health Literacy Framework?
  1. Which of the following is a great way to improve oral health literacy using educational systems (according to the IOM’s) Oral Health Literacy Framework?
  1. The Lessons in a Lunch Box: Healthy Teeth Essentials & Facts About Snacks program is?
  1. The Lessons in a Lunch Box: Healthy Teeth Essentials & Facts About Snacks program is designed to empower children and their families with the knowledge about?
  1. The purpose of this course is to educate dental professionals about the program and teach them how to present the Lessons in a Lunch Box materials to the elementary school audience.
  1. The program is for dentists, dental hygienists, dental assistants and dental professional students to present the program to children in the 2nd and 3rd grades.
  1. By providing individuals with the necessary skills to obtain, understand, and act on dental-related information the following may be true.
  1. The dentally designed lunch box illustrates?
  1. USDA’s “MyPlate” reminds children that it is important to eat healthy foods and to avoid too many in-between-meal snacks and sweet treats.  MyPlate is?
  1. Children in grades 2 and 3 are encouraged to consider careers in dentistry using the label located on the outside left of the lunch box which includes information provided by?
  1. A reflective sticker in the shape of a smile is located at the opening of the lunch box that reads, “See yourself becoming a dentist, a dental hygienist, a dental assistant or a dental technician.”
  1. The lunch box provides children with their very own “carrot case” to keep all of the dental hygiene essentials together.  The carrot case is designed to store a toothbrush, toothpaste and dental floss.  The screw-on carrot case top double as a rinse cup.
  1. Presenters should arrive at the elementary school where they will present the Lesson in a Lunch Box program?
  1. A table display should be organized and set up in front of the room prior to the Lessons in a Lunch Box program presentation including?
  1. The cafeteria is the best of all places in the school to present the Lessons in a Lunch Box program because this is the environment where lunch is eaten.  The children can have their lunch boxes on the cafeteria table in front of them instead of being on their lap’s in the auditorium or on the floors in the gymnasium.
  1. The flossing and brushing videos, It’s Dental Flossophy, Charlie Brown and Tooth Brushing with Charlie Brown have been used many times during Lessons in a Lunch Box presentations.
  1. Teachers should be made aware of the name label on the lunch box. They should be reminded to have fine tip, permanent markers available so that the child’s name can be written on the lunch box. This name label is located on the right side of the lunch box and is in the shape of?
  1. The registration form for the Lessons in a Lunch Box program can be downloaded from the Children’s Oral Health Institute website.
  1. Lessons in a Lunch Box is a free program, however, there is a cost to have the lunch boxes shipped to the elementary school you have selected.  Arrangements to pay the shipping cost using United Parcel Service (UPS), Federal Express (FedEx), or Deutsche Post (DHL) account numbers is the preferred method of payment.